Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert to Debut Duet Song at Billboard Music Awards
Two big female singers in country music are making a duet. Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert are scheduled to perform their collaborative single live for the first time at this year's Billboard Music Awards held Sunday, May 18 in Las Vegas.
The song is called "Somethin' Bad" and is set to appear on Lambert's new album "Platinum" due June 3 in the U.S. "I'm a huge Carrie Underwood fan," she says. " 'Somethin' Bad' is a meshing of our styles and there aren't many female collaborations in our format so I'm really excited to be debuting it on the Billboard Awards."
Lambert and Underwood join previously-announced performers like Miley Cyrus, Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, 5 Seconds of Summer, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Derulo, Imagine Dragons, Luke Bryan, John Legend, and OneRepublic. Presenters include Jordin Sparks, Kelly Rowland, Pete Wentz, and Wiz Khalifa.
Imagine Dragons and Lorde lead the nominations with a total of 12 nods, Justin Timberlake trails closely behind with 11, Katy Perry follows with 10, and Miley gets nine. While Lambert receives none this year, Underwood manages to bag one nod for Billboard Milestone Award along with Ellie Goulding and OneRepublic.
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